(PRWEB) October 09, 2017
“Life, A Bit More?” is the creation of published author, Andrew Thomas Elder, a regular guy who had to relearn life when he became a double amputee at the age of nineteen. He hopes to inspire others with what he has learned about life.
“Knowing we were able to help anyone makes us feel good for a good deed done. And that much more on a spiritual realm, yet humble realm. He helps us with our needs and more, and we can feel that growth within us!” --Andrew Thomas Elder
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Andrew Thomas Elder’s new book examines numerous topics about life from the perspective of a double amputee.
Andrew is a guy who had to relearn life after he became a double amputee at the age of nineteen. Through his story, he hopes to inspire readers. Within the pages of “Life, A Bit More?” he covers topics everyone has experienced.
Everyone is handicapped in one way or another. The topics Andrew writes about are through his handicapable point of view. Outside of the good news, he reveals the need for faith, intestinal fortitude, and elbow grease. Everyone is in the same boat. By helping one’s own self, then one’s brothers, He can be served.
View a synopsis of “Life, A Bit More?” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase“Life, A Bit More?” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Life, A Bit More?”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.